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Engine not getting gas

I have a 95 sedan Deville i was driving down the road a thick piece of tread tire hit underneath my dash started blinking low fuel level and the engine stopped and wont turn over now it sounds like it wants to turn over but its not getting gas

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Without crawling inderneath our car to look, I'd say the tire hit your fuel tank and dented it or tore a hole in it. The fuel pump and fuel guagesending unit are in the fuel tank, and the pump itself sits pretty much at the bottom of the tank. If the chunk of tire put a big enough dent in the tank, it could dislodge the pump or put it in a spot where it would not pick up any fuel. I once hit a racoon that I couldn't avoid and it ripped the muffler clear off my car. Highway speeds and decent sized objects can cause some pretty serious damage to cars.

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